Stop Dog Barking Simply & Effectively Without Dog Bark Collars and Without Losing Your Mind
Is Dog Barking Driving You Crazy?
I know the feeling.
My last dog was a crazy barker. A barky American Eskimo named Baggins. For 12.5 years he barked.
I chalked it up to the breed and learned to live with it.
But you don't have to.
The secret to stop dog barking...
After my experience with Baggins, I met a dog expert who explained to me the reasons why dogs bark and how you can get them to stop.
What dog lover wouldn't want a pleasant and quiet dog!
You'll enjoy one another more because you won't be “asking” your dog to be quiet and getting annoyed when she ignores you.
Ok, so here's what dog experts say about the reasons why dogs bark.
The 3 main reasons are:
1—to warn you
2—to get attention
3—to entertain themselves because they're bored and lonely
Now that sounds logical doesn't it?
Do you know which one is your dog? Some dogs “warn” you of the mailman coming to the door, the neighborhood kids riding by on their bikes, the squirrel in the tree or any number of other things.
Other dogs bark because they're bored and it's “self soothing”. This is a typical of the dog who's tied up in the yard all day and doesn't get enough human activity.
And what about those “no barker” dog bark collars? Well, they can work in the short term but they're not a lasting solution because most dogs will figure out a way to turn their heads and bark without getting shocked.
Plus, the whole shocking thing is not very positive for you or the dog. Your dog whimpers in pain and you feel guilty.
There's a better way.
It doesn't have to be difficult.
It doesn't have to take a lot of time.
Just 10 minutes a day can help you to figure out why your dog is barking and start creating positive distractions for your dog.
Put these simple (and fun) techniques into play and your dog will be quieter, and your family will be happier.
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